Springfield College School of Social Work students highlighted for their inspiring work in the Worcester community working with the Worcester Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation and being part of a panel presentation battling prostitution in Worcester.
The Springfield College School of Social Work offers multiple program pathways to complete the MSW including a full-time, two-year, weekday master of social work program in Springfield, and a part-time, three-year, weekend master of social work program in Springfield and in Worcester at Saint Vincent Hospital. There are also options for graduates of Council on Social Work Education-accredited bachelor of social work programs to choose either a four-semester weekend or three-semester weekday advanced standing program. The dual master of social work/juris doctorate is a four-year, full-time program in conjunction with Western New England University School of Law. Students can also work toward a post-master’s certificate in advanced practice with children and adolescents. Click here for more information.